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JohnJames /24 November, 2018

Facts are stern things       John Curtin The hypocrisy, arrogance, and hubris of a family that has sought to turn the Presidency into another Trump franchise.

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JohnJames /13 October, 2018

It tells us we can limit planetary destruction if we act now, but we know from the world’s response to that report that we won’t act, not now and probably not ever.

Mercer's Cambridge Analytica knew exactly what it was doing with Brexit

Brexit was the practice run for Trump

Geoff Ebbs /6 March, 2018

… and Trump is the practice run for taking over the US establishment. As reported here a little over a year ago, Robert Mercer has been building a media empire specifically designed to consolidate power. His empire was initially built on his work in artificial intelligence and natural languages that brought him in contact with Continue Reading →

The polar vortex is the atmospheric equivalent of the gulf stream

Warming poles drive wild weather

Geoff Ebbs /6 March, 2018

The “Beast from the East” that froze Europe last week is actually closer to the Game of Thrones Winter crossing The Wall. The Wall is a jet-stream driven by the temperature difference between the poles and continental Eurasia and North America. As the Arctic warms dramatically that differential disappears and the arctic airmass leaks south. Continue Reading →

Efficient technologies increase consumption

Geoff Ebbs /6 March, 2018

Increasing energy efficiency has long been promoted as a realistic means of reducing consumption and so lowering carbon emissions and resource consumption. Only problem is, gee whiz, that it does not work. Figures of the last two decades of energy use indicate that given an increase in efficiency, the resultant price drop encourages additional use Continue Reading →